Postdoctoral Opportunities in Microbial Infection and Immunity at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
The Department of Microbial Infection and Immunity (MI&I, https://medicine.osu.edu/departments/mii) is looking to recruit talented postdoctoral researchers, who will drive our discoveries in pathogen-host interactions. MI&I faculty apply a range of cutting-edge approaches and microbial infection models in their quest to understand immune responses, pathogen evasion, and disease progression. If you are interested in joining a vibrant, highly interactive, and diverse community of researchers, who address important scientific questions relevant to human health, please apply to: MIIsearch@osumc.edu. Your application should include a current CV and a cover letter stating the group(s) in which you are interested and a description of your research experience.
Below is a list of Principal Investigators who have available postdoctoral positions along with their areas of research:
Matthew Anderson: Contributions of gene and genome evolution to fungal pathogenesis
Purnima Dubey: Vaccine immunology, respiratory mucosal immunity, adjuvants, and antigen discovery
Hazem Ghoneim: Mechanisms of epigenetic (re)programming of T-cells for cancer immuntherapy
Emily Hemann: Regulation of the innate-adaptive immune interface during virus infection
Matthew Long: Regulation of pulmonary inflammation in cystic fibrosis and ARDS
Fernanda Novais: Crosstalk between tissues and immune cells
Michael Root: Structure and function of viral glycoproteins, HIV vaccines, membrane fusion Stephanie Seveau: Listeria monocytogenes infection biology
Haitao Wen: Metabolic regulation of immune responses in inflammatory diseases and cancer
Dan Wozniak: Microbial community dynamics in chronic wound and lung infections
Gang Xin: Immunotherapy resistance by metabolically reprograming myeloid and T cells
Jacob Yount: Immunology and pathogenesis of respiratory and cardiac virus infections
Please see our faculty listing for additional information on each lab: https://medicine.osu.edu/find-faculty/non-clinical/microbial-infection-and-immunity
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